The new school year is in full swing across the Kenai Peninsula. That includes the Kenai River Campus of Kenai Peninsula College in Soldotna, where a pair of new buildings represent the tremendous growth of our local institution of higher learning.
Ever since craftsmen have been constructing tall buildings there has been a celebration when the top beam or steel girder is put in place that has become known as a "Topping Out" celebration, sometimes referred to as topping off. Iron Workers of Local 751 recently held a Topping Out celebration at the Kenai River Campus of Kenai Peninsula College (KPC).
Simply looking at the numbers, we can easily make the case for construction of student housing on the Kenai River Campus of Kenai Peninsula College. We would encourage Gov. Sean Parnell to approve that funding as he considers projects in the state's $3.1 billion capital budget on that basis alone.
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...www.peninsulawintergames.com on the Web. Events and Exhibits · Gary L. Freeburg Gallery at the Kenai River Campus of Kenai Peninsula College has ?Rarefied Light 2006,? a statewide touring photography exhibition, on display through Feb. 7...
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